Human Resource Development PgDip / MSc

London South Bank University Department of Education
En London (Inglaterra)

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Accredited by the Chartered Institute of Professional Development the PgDip and the MSc in Human Resource Development enhances the skill base of a HR practitioner to facilitate continued career development.

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London
103 Borough Road, SE1 0AA, London, Inglaterra
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IT
IT Development

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Students studying for the MSc HRD will be required to complete the four core units in Year 1. In Year 2 you will take Research Methods plus one core unit and two electives. Each year of the programme features a residential weekend as an integral part of the overall course.

The dissertation (MSc) or management report (PG Dip) gives you the opportunity to link theory with practice within an organisational context. It involves the identification and refinement of an Human Resource Development issue or  problem, undertaking an in-depth literature review, the collection of primary data, and the analysis and evaluation of this data so as to produce a set of implementable and/or secondary recommendations.

The taught units are assessed by a mixture of individual assignments, group presentations and by examination at the end of some units.

Year 1
  • Power and constraint: the strategic context
  • Leadership and management skills
  • Leadership and HR strategy
  • Learning and talent development
Year 2
  • Research methods for HR 
  • Leadership and management development
  • Management report (8000 words) (PG Dip only)

Plus two electives (subject to minimum numbers: at least one elective to be taken from group A)

Electives A:

  • Leading and managing change
  • Managing coaching and mentoring

Electives B

  • Managing reward
  • Employment law
  • Managing the employee relationship 
Year 3
  • Dissertation (20,000 words) (MSc only)